Henry Jacob Hanley is a wanderer always seeking his next drink. He stumbles upon a fort and a supply of whiskey. There he meets a woman who is on a mission to help the confederacy.

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Henry Jacob Hanley is a wanderer always seeking his next drink. He stumbles upon a fort and a supply of whiskey. There he meets a woman who is on a mission to help the confederacy.

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9 March 1961 (USA)  »

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This was a pilot for a western series to star Dan Duryea, but was not picked up by the network. See more »

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An uninteresting story.
5 January 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this dull offering, Henry Hanley is riding in the rural west when he comes across an old Confederate fort that appears abandon. Hanley searches only to find no person but behold, he finds a keg of liquor. Suddenly, a covered wagon roars into the fort that is occupied by a female, Beth Woodfield, and a dead Confederate General. They were transporting a new type of gun, Gatling Gun, to Mexico where they would give to the former Rebels to continue fighting for the cause.

Beth talks the drunk Hanley into helping her transport the gun through Indian territory to get the guns to the Rebels. Along the way they run into trouble and misfortune but through the problems develop a relationship.

Looking at the content of the show, it says that this was an idea for a new series and a platform for Dan Duryea. The only good thing about the show was that this poor story was not picked up for a series. To be honest all the episode did was introduce two characters with little fanfare. An uninteresting tale that never seemed to gel.


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